Baravellis egg to be raffled off for charity
The lovely people at Baravellis artisan chocolatier have donated a special easter egg for a raffle to raise funds for the charity.
Buy your £5 tickets online now
(closing date 12 noon 13th April 2017
The egg, a 2ft hand-crafted and hand-decorated chocolate egg with a replica of the famous Houses of Parliament at Sunset by Claude Monet has recently been shown in Parliament, and it’s sister eggs are currently on sale in Harrods department store.
Emma Baravelli, Co-Director at Baravellis said, “we’re so proud to be able to do something for the Police Dependants’ Trust. We were so shocked at the events that took place in Westminster, and felt we had to do something. I was in the middle of painting the egg at the time and we decided to donate it to a very worthy cause.”
Damian Chapman, Head of Communications and Fundraising at the Police Dependants’ Trust said, “we have been overwhelmed by the generosity and support from the public, businesses, and groups across the country following the incident at Westminster. As the charity for police officers injured or killed on duty, we are only able to provide the support they and their loved ones need thanks to the support and generosity of the public.”
The exclusive egg is to be raffled off to raise funds for the Police Dependants’ Trust to help support the police officers affected by the terrorist incident at Westminster on March 22nd 2017. Tickets are £5 each and can be bought here. The raffle closes at 12noon on Thursday 13th April, and the winner will be announced at 3pm on Thursday 13th April, just in time for Easter. Full terms and conditions can be found by clicking here.
— About Baravellis
Husband and wife team Emma and Mark Baravelli have been hand crafting delicious chocolate for 9 years but have quickly been recognised as crafting something very special with a tally of over 30 prestigious food awards. Using their their ‘Bean to Bar’ process, their amazing eggs can be found in Harrods and in their store in Conwy, Wales.